Antiquarianism - Archaeological Pamphlets, a sammelband of six titles: The Archaeological Journal, March-September 1850, fold-out, full-page and in-text illustrations; The Ecclesiastical and Architectural Topography of England: Bedfordshire, Oxford: John Henry Parker, 1848, county map frontispiece; Winston (Charles, Esq), An Introduction to the Study of Painted Glass, With Remarks on Modern Glass Painting, Oxford: John Henry Parker, 1849; Freeman (The Rev. Philip, M.A.), Proportion in Gothic Architecture: A Paper, Read at a Meeting of The Cambridge Architectural Society, March 3, 1848, Cambridge: Published for the Society [...], 1848; [Webb (Rev. Benjamin)], An Argument for the Greek Origin of the Monogram IHS: A Paper read before the Cambridge Camden Society on Tuesday May 25 1841, With Illustrative Notes, Cambridge: At the University Press [...], 1851; On the History of Christian Altars: A Paper read before the Cambridge Camden Society, Nov. 28, 1844, second edition, London: Joseph Masters, 1847, the collection prefixed by a 19th century ink MS contents page, later 20th century blue half-morocco over red cloth, institutional gilt lettering and numbering, corresponding bookplate and some stamps, top-edge stained red, 8vo, 
Provenance: George J. Hill, 19th century ink MS ownership inscription to some title-pages (mostly the Cambridge papers); the title-page is in his hand too.